General

14 Nights / 15 Days – EBC Trek – Fixed Departure

(EBC) Everest Base Camp Trek is the most popular treks in Nepal, tinged with the sentiment of being so near to the most astounding mountain on the planet. From the little runway of Lukla, the trail leads through Sherpa towns, woodlands of fir and rhododendron and cross-way over the high suspension bridge to meet caravans of zobkyo (a yak-dairy animal crossbreed) along the way. On the way to base camp, Namche Bazaar is a beautiful, bustling business sector with merchants from encompassing towns and to the extent Tibet. And from Tengboche the views of Mt Everest (Mount Sagarmatha), Lhotse, Nuptse and Ama Dablam are exciting. Moving over the tree line to cross elevated fields and icy moraine you, in the long run, achieve base camp, high on the Khumbu Glacier. Vivid expedition tents give an unusual appearance to this desolate spot encompassed by rock, snow, and ice.

Everest Base Camp Trek – Facts

Trek Grade: Challenging

Trek Code: SA-EBC

Duration: 15 days

Trek Style: Tea House Trek

Best Time to go: March to June / September to November

Max. Altitude: 5364 m

Group Size: Small Group

Age Requirements: 12+

Start from: Kathmandu

Finish at: Kathmandu

Everest Base Camp Trek – Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

Day 02: Fly to Lukla (2800m, 30min) and trek to Phakding (2600m, 3 hours)

Day 03: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m, 5 – 6 hours)

Day 04: Acclimatization day in Namchebazar

Day 05: Trek to Tengboche (3860m, 5 hours)

Day 06: Trek to Dingboche (4400m, 5 hours)

Day 07: Acclimatization day Explore the Chukung Valley

Day 08: Trek to Lobuche (4900m, 5 hours)

Day 09: Trek to Gorakshep (5150m, 5 hours) and Hike to Mt. Everest Base Camp (5364m) then back to Gorakshep.

Day 10: Trek to Pheriche (4100 m, 6 hours)

Day 11: Trek to Kyanjuma (3600 m, 6 hours)

Day 12: Trek to Monjo (2800 m, 5 hours)

Day 13: Trek to Lukla (2900 m, 4 hours)

Day 14: Fly Lukla to Kathmandu (1350m, 30min)

Day 15: Departure at any time or for more travel arrangements Contact us

Everest Base Camp Trek – Highlights

  • Views of Island Peak, Lhotse, Ama Dablam and the fluted ice wall of Amphu Lapcha.
  • Incredible mountain flight in and out of Lukla.
  • Tibetan villages and Gompa.
  • Staying in mountain tea houses.
  • Mount Everest from Namche Bazaar.
  • Views from Mt. Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar.
  • Attractive rhododendron and pine jungles, multiple ethnic settlements.
  • Valleys with the awesome perspective of the mountain ranges and covering views.
  • Explore Sherpa villages along with the medieval Thame and Tengboche monasteries.
  • The landscapes of Khumbu glacier and icefall surrounded by Sagarmatha National Park.
  • A closer look into the lifestyle of globally famous climbers – the Sherpas.

Everest Base Camp Trek – Detail itinerary

Day 01

Arrival at Kathmandu (1400 m)

After your arrival at Kathmandu International airport, you will be transferred to the Hotel. In the Hotel, offer you comfortable welcome drinks. In the late afternoon, your trekking guide will come for a pre-trek briefing about the preparations. For an e.g.; Time, details & trek preparation.

Days 02

Everest Base Camp Trek – Fly to Lukla (2800 m, 30 min) and hike to Phakding (2600 m, 3 hours)

You will be transferred to the air terminal for a short grand flight to the Tenzing-Hillary Airport at Lukla. Where you begin your trek. The mountain flight into Lukla is tremendous and the finding an energizing. Afterward, you will head towards Phakding with perfect scenery view by passing suspension bridge, Chorten, Mani stone and prayer flag with beautiful mountains like Karyolung (6511 m), Nupla (5885 m) and Gongla (5813 m). In the middle place, you will stop to take a tea break. After a drink break, you just walk for 1 hr to Phakding. As you arrive at the Lodge, in the late afternoon, go to visit nearby attraction of place by following Dudh Koshi River. Cross the suspension bridge and hike for 40 min to the Pema Choling Gompa, which has a 350 years Old history and most important Gomba in Khumbu.

Day 03

Everest Base Camp Trek – Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440 m, 5 – 6 hours)

On this third day, trail condition in beginning is a comfort and at last two and half hours will be difficult which mean going all the way upwards up to Namche Bazaar. Till Namche, you cross four suspension bridges, which give you an amazing swing experience. Now, after the early morning breakfast, you will walk gradually and cross suspension bridge by following crystal blue white water river Dudh Koshi. Afterward, you pass through narrow trail along with wide stone trail beside suspension bridges up to Chumoa, where you stop to show the TIMS cards. Continue your way, move further by rounding clockwise to many chorten and mane stones with the view of greenhouse and Mountain View like Mt. Kongde (6168 m), Mt. Thamserku (6608 m) and Kusum Kangaru (6367 m) then reach Monjo. A last village before the Sagarmatha National Park.

After showing National Park permit the trail leads few up and down and reach Jorsalle. Then, last two and half hours upwards by crossing Hillary Bridge and by viewing Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse and Nuptse from tope Danda, you reached Namche Bazaar. A bustling mountain town.  The heart of Khumbu, which was built in an ancient valley is the largest of all Sherpa settlement. This is a place where you stop for rest tonight and for acclimatization as well.

Day 04

Everest Base Camp Trek – Acclimatization day in Namche Bazaar

On your acclimatization day, you will hike 440 m Uphill Mountain from the sea level in order to acclimatize your body before going higher elevation next day. After your breakfast, you head upwards through stone steps for few minutes and gradually a steep hill for total two hours. Finally, you reach to Syangbuche, a top hill on the elevation of 3880 m from the sea level. As you accomplished to the top hill, Himalayas gave a 360-degree contrasting view.

Khumbila (5761 m), Cholache (6440 m), Tawache (6542 m), Nuptse (7864 m), Mt. Everest (8848 m), Lhotse (8516 m), Amadablam (6812 m), Kangtega (6779 m), Thamserku (6608 m), Kusum Kangaru (6367 m) and Kongde (6168 m) are some of the famous mountains that you could see from atop hill. Spend one hour there by taking the picture. After that, descend to lodge and go to see the market of Namchebazar in the late afternoon.

Day 05

Everest Base Camp Trek – Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3860 m, 5 hours)

After breakfast, you will start your trek through narrow trail by passing stupa with an outstanding view of Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Everest, Mt. Tabuche (6367 m), Mt. Thamserku etc. And even on your continuing way, you see a beautiful village called Phortse, where ice climbing training is organized and it is also said that each houses person is able to climb High Mountains. Then after, few minutes you walk into rhododendron forested area and conifer trees. Fortunately, if you are lucky you see a mountain goat, a Himalayan tahr gazing on the middle of slope on high rocky mountain hill on the right side. Subsequently, you descend through rhododendron forest and pine tree at the end before cross suspension bridge and reach Phunki Tenga beside the Dudh Koshi River.

Lastly, you trek for two hours all the way upwards direction passes by the pine tree and incent conifer trees up to Tengboche. Where you stop to rest for the night. From there Spectacular Mountain View of Mt. Everest, Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Lhotse and really, the Mt. Thamserku is so close, feel like touching.  After one hour freshens up, go to visit nearby Tengboche Monastery which was established in 1915 AD. Tengboche Gompa, the cultural and religious center of Khumbu, it has been destroyed and rebuilt twice as the result of earthquake and fire.

Days 06

Everest Base Camp Trek – Tengboche to Dingboche (4400 m, 5 hours)

On this 6th day, the trail is quite easy to compare other days. But you cross the tree line and should reach above 4000 m from the sea level. Similarly, you will go on high height place and take a rest for acclimatization next day. Because of no tree line, there would be a lot of chances of windy on the way. So, you must already have prepared to keep warm your body. After morning breakfast, you descend smoothly by walking through rhododendron forest and followed Dudh Koshi River. Cross an iron bridge and headed upwards with Mani stone and conifer for 45 min up to the lower Pangboche. The real last village.

After that, you slowly cross the tree line and move forwards by viewing high height mountains and animals; yak and nak on ridge path before reaching Dingboche. Where you stay for a night and for acclimatization day. Dingboche used to be a summer settlement for yak grazing. You might see some yak and nak grazing over a slope of the cliff. Mountains such as Lhotse, Imjatse, Amadablam, and Taboche were amazingly skyline which is beyond the expectation.

Day 07

Everest Base Camp Trek – Acclimatization Day Explore the Chukung Valley

Again, have your breakfast and order for lunch. After that just headed 300 m up at Chukung height (4735 m). The height is a very popular destination for acclimatization and also a gateway to the very popular Island Peak. From this hilltop, you see a striking view of Amadablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, Tabuche, Peak 38 (7590 m), Thamserku, Island peak (6189 m), Baruntse (7152 m), Amphula (5630), and Makalu (8485 m) etc. Even you see very beautiful birds like Himalayan crow also called Himalayan Ravan, Common Kestrel, Himalayan vulture etc. Animals Nak and yak are grazings that make you feel like how they can survive on the mountain above 4000 m in this cold region.

After spending half an hour on the Chukung height, came back followed by the same trail and have a lunch. Spend your rest of the time by sitting in the sun and listen to music, drink hot water and tea as well as move around to enjoying a view.

Days 08

Everest Base Camp Trek – Dingboche to Lobuche (4900 m, 5 hours)

On the Eighth day, a trail led through little upwards like half an hour through stupa and smoothly walk into grassland where no trees area. After walking slowly but surely, you touch at Thukla. Continue uphill for one hr which is difficult section. As you cross the toughest part, you met a lot of memorials chorten built in the memorandum who were summited the Mt. Everest and other mountains lie in the Everest Base Camp Trek region. For example; Babu Chiri Sherpa from Solukhumbu, at very young age of 13 he started his career as a climber. By the age of 36, he summits Everest 10 times. But, on 29th of April 2001, when he tried for the 11th time he left this world.

Another person, Hristo Prodanov who is from Bulgaria who scaled Mount Everest alone without oxygen on 20th of April 1984. But, died on his way back from a summit on the same day. Likewise, there is a number of them who summited Everest and left their life. After passing memorials part you again walked for around more than 1 hrs bit by bit and arrived at Lobuche. In the late afternoon before sunset, go to see Khumbu glacier from 100 m uphill.

Day 09

Everest Base Camp Trek – Lobuche to Gorakshep (5150 m, 5 hours) and Hike to EBC (5364 m) then back to Gorakshep 

On the ninth day of today is a final day of accomplishing the Everest Base Camp. Which will make you feel proud to be excited near to the top of the world. Actually, the trail is smoothly up and down. Comparatively easy trails.  But, according to elevation is the toughest day. Now, early morning after breakfast, you start your trek to Gorakshep for 3hrs over the wide trail from the mid of two rocky hills with the view of Khumbu glacier and mountains. As we reach Gorakshep, you left all your things in the lodge and have you another meal. Afterward, you go to Everest Base Camp which will take five hours up and down. Rest a night at Gorakshep.

The major highlights of the day are many mountains view along with top of the world Mt. Everest (8848 m) other include Mt. Nuptse (7861 m), Mt. Pumori (7138 m), Lingtren (6749 m) Tibet mountain called changtse (7543 m) etc. Rocky landscape, Awesome Khumbu glacier, Birds (Himalayan Ravan), if you stay silently Pica (A small mountain Rat).

Day 10

Everest Base Camp Trek – Gorakshep to Pheriche (4100 m, 6 hours)

Early in the morning before breakfast at 5 am you will have a tea and hike upwards for 2 hrs to Kalapatthar (5550 m). From Kalapatthar, 360-degree of panoramic Mountains view along with Khumbu Glacier looks amazingly awesome. Actually, the Mount Everest, a top of the planet from the sea level look perfectly stunning which even you cannot expect that much great and impression like very close. The Even better view then EBC (Everest Base Camp). Another, after returning back from Kalapatthar have your breakfast around at 8 am and at 9 am moving from the lodge which is descending trek followed by the same trail and reach to a Lunch place at Lobuche. You feel very relieved and calm.

After lunch, you just trek for 3hrs to Pheriche. Which lies in a valley, surrounded by rocky hills and mountains. But, the town is very much windy and better for summer settlement. The mountains that we see from here are Amadablam, Thamserku, Kangtega, Tabuche, Cholatse and Lobuche peak (6119 m).

Day 11

Everest Base Camp Trek – Pheriche to Kyanjuma (3440 m, 6 hours)

Follow a different trail up to Syomare. After that, the trail leads efficiently down and uphill by crossing Iron Bridge. But, it will be descending trek. Because from 4250 m you descend to 3610 m. Which is more or less 600 m down. Again by following Dudh Koshi River you encounter the tree line and return back through the same trail by transit real village Pangboche and head through rhododendron and pine tree and stop at Tengboche for lunch. After that, over again your descent to fungki tenga. Cross the suspension bridge and head few minutes upwards by passing rhododendron and pine forest, you arrive at Kyangjuma. This is a perfect place to breathe in the mountain scenery. Here, you stop for an overnight stay.

Day 12

Everest Base Camp Trek – Kyanjuma to Monjo (2800 m, 5 hours)

Today again the trail moves gradually downwards. As you follow by Dudh Koshi River, Mani stone, chorten, and stupa, you reach Namche Bazaar. Again follow same trail descending highly through rhododendron and blue pine conifer trees, by walking on Dudh Koshi river beach, crossing suspension bridges, and showing national park permit and TIMS, rounding clockwise prayer wheel, you reach Monjo. The best of Monjo is large rock territory along the trial that locally used for storage. Surrounding green nature and landscape makes you a finest for rest place.

Day 13

Everest Base Camp Trek – Monjo to Lukla (2900 m, 4 hrs.)

Very soon basecamp experience going to end. Today, after your early breakfast all over again as we inclined through many mani stone, chorten and prayer wheel along with by enjoying the mountain and green view, crossing suspension bridge and gave a time to pass a mule train that are transported goods to remote part of the Everest region, and other facts of ridge trail, you grasped second time on the same place, Thado Koshi. After that, the trail lead downwards for few minutes and head up to the Lukla.

Day 14

Fly Lukla to Kathmandu (1350 m, 30 min)

Fly back to Kathmandu airport and transfer to The Hotel.

Day 15

Departure

Flight back to your home country at any time or you can extend your adventure trip. For more info, Contact us.

 

In Everest Base Camp Trek – What’s Included?
  • All airports transfer
  • All surface transportation based on the trip schedule or itinerary
  • Airline Flight between Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu
  • Everest National Park trekking permit
  • Porter for the baggage carry on the trekking (1 porter for 2 trekkers)
  • 10 kg luggage allowance while on trek
  • All government TAX and VAT
  • Holiday Accommodation

Best Hotel/Guest Houses in the cities and Tea House Residence in the Trekking-Twin Share

  • Transport

Plane (KTM-LUK-KTM), Jeep, car, coaches, and minibusses depending on the group size, and Walking/Hiking

  • Meals

No Meals Included (USD 25-30 per person/per day meals not included)

  • Competent Staffs

English speaking Authorized Experience Guide, Trekking Support Staffs

In Everest Base Camp Trek – What’s not Included?
  • All Foods/Dishes
  • Expenses due to individual nature like shopping, tipping or tips, and so forth.
  • Expenses due to unexpected circumstances like Emergency Fund, Entrance Fees.
  • Expenses like the budget for drinks, cigarettes, laundry, the internet etc.
  • Entry fees for sightseeing
  • Tipping or tips for Guide and Porters.
  • Nepal entry visa fee
  • Travel insurance
  • International flight airfare tickets
  • Expenses for the services other than included above

Before You Go – Everest Base Camp Trek

Note: If it is not too much worried, take note of that circulated or detail itinerary is a declaration of expectation to be used by guide only. Every day may change as a result of walking times during the groups, weather condition, the health condition of any group member, unforeseen natural catastrophes, etc. The guide liable for your trip will alter the schedule as necessary and any such changes of the program are at the discretion of Stunning Adventure Pvt. Limited and your Guide. Although, your best guide will try to assure that the Mount Everest base camp trip runs in accordance to original itinerary. But be ready to be flexible if needed.

Lodging

In the urban town centers like Kathmandu. You will get the room on twin share basis with private conveniences. But, in Everest base camp trek region, accommodation is in local lodges and teahouses and it is of a basic standard. Rooms may be twin or multi-offer with basic shared bathroom facilities. Hot showers are convenient in a few spots with just a little fee.

The Tea houses in Lukla and Namche Bazaar are of higher standard than the others.

Transportation

Transportation within the cities is by jeeps, minibusses, coaches, land cruisers, and autos depending upon the participants’ size. For the Everest base camp trek, hiking is the primary way of transport, while your baggage will likely be carried by men or animals.

Supporting staffs and Guide

We will give you the government-approved expert trek guide helped with the porter which will carry your gear or bags. One porter for just two main tourist or trekkers. Your best guide is incorporated in the charge of the trip and that is the individual to whom you simply can go to visit with any, concerns, issues and inquiries. Each of our guides is familiar with all areas of trekking, like security, remedial aid, crisis plans and as well as height altitude pharmaceutical. They’re experts chosen for his or her understanding and dynamism for Nepal and its particular people groups. Conversely, you must understand that they are actually local guides and in addition to their English could possibly be fundamental and self-conscious to trek-related themes.

Meals

No, your meals/foods are incorporated into tea house treks. Within the cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara, you will find some massive amount restaurants of each and every style. Around the Everest base camp trek, meals can be found or can be purchased in lodges, teahouses, with limited menus. There are lots of tea houses and lodges in Mt Everest region as you go along. Your foods are generally simple, but filling and portion are generally quite big.

You should be aware down: However, the buying price of food rises higher or farther from the main city you decide to go.

Do consider: Take the favorite snacks too like Chocolate bar, Naughty food, Sneaker, Mints etc. Keep in mind that you will need to carry for lengthy drives and treks.

Your day’s start with

When you’re on Everest Base Camp trek, days start out with the breakfast in the teahouse where you stay. And you simply must pack your belongings before breakfast. As Porter would set off on a timetable to take pleasure from the radiant sun’s heats that strike on mountains. You will be on the trail by around 8 am. Halting to get a relaxed lunch around twelve. Lunch hour is made for many areas about a couple of hours. OK’ing lots of time and effort to educate yourself regarding your surroundings or unwind. After lunch walk is more often shorter.

So you, in general, reached around 4 pm in the lodge. After that remaining time for sightseeing to close -by destinations, religious shelters, investigation in the community or basically calm down with using the book and having on top of things along with your journal. Dinner is generally around 7 pm after that you’ve time and energy to relax.

Your baggage Carriage

Your bag set is limited to 20 kgs (10 kgs for each individual). This is carried by porter which is not accessible to you during the daytime in Everest Base Camp Trek. Your actual handbag pack should have only the thing that is necessary throughout the day. This mostly involves of warm wear, drinking water bottle, digital camera, sun block lotion, lip balm etcetera. Your trusty guide will explain to you every single night associated with the extra things that you need for the next day. On the off-chance that you really have an agreeable backpack. Your load is required to be a couple of kgs and also hardly measurable.

Grading Ranking Method

It is really hard to possess completely evidence ranking method for this Mount Everest base camp trek. As every person has actually many different desires and expectations of their own personal health and fitness level of quality. Understand that not any trek in the Himalaya is a stroll around completely going always at height and that altitude affects everybody in an unexpected way.

Exercise Preparation

Despite your age or health and fitness level, preparation or exercise before you come is important. Energetic movement, biking, and hiking swimming in a pool, or healthy and balanced jogging highly recommended. Alternatively, at any level, go for a stroll down and up steps in your own trekking footwear. Most often, day-to-day walking hr in the Everest Base Camp trek is 5-6 hrs.

Cash Money Factors

It happens to be normally impossible to exchange the foreign currencies or even travelers’ cheque except in the larger urban centers such as Kathmandu. In consequence, when you go in the in mountains, real money is important. For that reason, it is recommending highly to arrange the Nepal money in the urban centers before your trek commence. Nepal recognized currency is Nepalese rupee, NRP or Rs. Make secured for the smaller cash in Nepalese rupees that is coming in one, two, 5 or ten, 20, fifty, 100, 500 or 1000.

Simply because you have to have cash money for local charges. Such as; spending budget for food and drink, entry fee could possibly be essential for sightseeing, emergency fund, departure tax, tipping or just tips, shopping around, supplemental expenses, for Porter et cetera. However, this is to notify you that around 25$ – 30$ or 2500 to 3000 rupees per day per individual be expenditures in your meals or different others that are not included in your Everest base camp trek programs.

In Nepal, a few of the foreign currencies are restricted for exchange. Therefore, you have to find the changeable foreign currencies whilst you are in Nepal. CAD, US Dollars, AUD, and EUR are generally convertible.

Tipping

Due to the modern western impression trekking staff members, for instance, guide together with Porter have to make it be normal to expect a tip. It is actually most important here but not an essential requirement. If you have experienced a quality hosting service, utilize your benevolence.

Tipping is any individual voluntary matter and tips are not incorporated into the adventure price.

If you would like to reward the hard labor of the individuals that carried out to help to make your adventure as well as could be imagined we suggest the accompanying: USD six for every working day for group of 8+, USD 8 for every working day for smaller group

Personal Travel Insurance

Personal Travel Insurance is not as part of your adventure trip price. We recommend highly that acquire complete various forms of travel insurance before experiencing your main Everest base camp trek from your own home country. Your trusty Personal insurance should certainly cover against your own personal accidental injury, medical-related costs, unexpected emergency evacuation (which include helicopter evacuation) and also personal liability coverage (robbery of items and materials). We also suggest that it covers trip cancellation, loss of belongings and personal effects.

Health Issues and Needs

When you start going to be trekking to more height, your Health overall condition should always be healthy. Trekking in Nepal will never need to be considered a dangerous so far as your well-being is a concern. There are no actual health necessities for entrance into Nepal. Although, the Everest Base Camp trek comprises of most extreme altitude up to 5554 m. Keep in mind, a precautionary measure for instance; through physical check-up and inoculation prior to starting trekking can save you from unforeseen risk.

Anyway, you should consult with your medical professional for up to date information about vaccines, high altitude medication. Another, prescribed medication for almost any reasonably foreseen illness are required. Which is actually be carried along with you even while traveling in Nepal? As outside Kathmandu, pharmacies are generally few and far between as well as confined in what they can supply. In case, none available, rescue and evacuation are determined in the days. You need to bear in mind that the medical-related facility is not of the exact same standard you might expect like at your home.

Therefore, it is strongly suggesting that you really need to carry a private first aid tool kit along with good enough amount of private medicinal requirements. Normal problems like for instance; dehydration, diarrhea, fever, headache, and tonsil might be come up throughout the time of Everest Base Camp Trek. So, plan appropriately.

While you really feel the excessive cold weather, frisk your entire body and then drink domestic hot water, garlic or alternatively ginger tea or soup.

Bear in mind that some medicinal drugs, including anti-malarial, have side effects at an altitude. Please speak about this very carefully with your personal doctor.

Altitude

Altitude sickness frequently is known as acute mountain sickness. It is truly the result of the failure of the physical structure to adapt to high altitude that can have an effect on anyone, regardless of age or fitness. It normally can happen over two thousand meters along with the probabilities of simply suffering when you as soon as the climb up. The care about the acute high mountain sickness is to climb slowly. Three hundred meters for every day over 3000 meters up until you have acclimatized.

Early mountain sickness possibly will manifest itself in a headache or a migraine, loss of hunger, problems with sleep, dizziness, nausea or vomiting, feeling sick, slightly swelling on face and hand. Be careful not to disregard this word of warning otherwise a bit more serious warning sign may appear which often can also loss the life within a couple of hours. The one and only remedy for AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) is required you to descend to a lower altitude. But your guide decision on this matter is last.

The chance of AMS during this particular Everest base camp trek is high. As this route passes through altitudes above 5400 meters. In spite of the fact that in our programs we have kept appropriate acclimatization day for a couple of days that you might really not feel several symptoms of the heights. An Acclimatization day in Namche and also Dingboche is set in this program itinerary.

Preventive Measure: Drink up at least 4 to 5 liters of water every day and acclimatize your body and mind into the natural environment with sufficient amount of relaxation. This is the most effective method for prevention of acute mountain sickness. Please do not think it will likely be serious, take it easy and kindly notify your own guide if you feel more severe signs and symptoms. Consequently, you should not medicate yourself without discussing it with them first.

Climatic conditions

The various local climate is particularly prevailing pertaining to the altitude. Just for this Everest Base Camp trek, the trekking program goes through heights between 2600 m for up to 5550 m. Somewhere in 2700 m and 3000 m, a cool relaxed climatic condition prevails. Additionally, somewhere in 3500 m and 4100 m, summers are cool and trendy and winters are surprisingly cold temperatures. Above 4100 m a cold weather with alpine climate prevails. There is always different elevation on this Mount Everest base camp trek route. You should expect cool summer weather and extremely cold winter weather. Increasing global climatic conditions examples have had their effect on the Himalayan atmosphere, and mountain weather is famously changeable.

At all times, ready for an adjusting in circumstances and notice that if extreme or high-risk climate conditions occur your guide decision on any kind of action is final.

Permit

Trekking permits are essential to do this trek and will be made available from Stunning Adventure. For the entry to Everest base camp trek, Sagarmatha National Park region permit is required to be received which is often offered by Nepal Tourism Board (NTB). A Trekking Information Management System (TIMS) Permit is the primary key for the records of the NTB. Which records for about possible risks to happen. Full name, nationality, passport number, particular date of birth, sex, home address, and two passport photo for each license are required.

Safety

Take your own safety of use bag for your valuable items like jewelry. Try not to leave money along with other useful things lying around in the room or living area, such as passport, cash belt, camera and stuff like that. Be conscious of pickpockets in a crowd or any areas.

Necessary Equipment for Everest Base Camp Trek

It is advisable to carry a very comfortable average sized backpack to carry the things which your emphasis should be during daytime. This absolutely should have a mid-section straps or even much better an expanded waist size belt.

  • Walking shoes or boots – lightweight, water-resistant and also well-worn in
  • Water preventing Light-weight weight strolling footwear or slipper to put on in the holiday lodges.
  • Water feeding bottle – at minimum one liter, lightweight aluminum or perhaps Nalgene Polypropylene would be best.
  • Light extra weight trouser and then firm trouser are perfectly useful for higher up in the mountains in the morning time and also during the night time.
  • 2-3 cotton fabric T-shirts
  • 2 set of thin and two sets of thick woolen socks.
  • A sunhat and ensure that it has an extended brim to cover up the face and neckline.
  • A sun-glass or snow eyeglasses.
  • Bio- degradable toiletries with large and small towels. Toilet unit tissue can be found in Kathmandu and Pokhara or a few villages in the mountains.
  • Small head light or torch or flash lamp.
  • First – Tool – Box
  • Knife or stitching toolkit
  • Sunscreen or sunblock or suntan skincare lotion or creams
  • Warm jacket- Fleece jacket
  • Sleeping bag
  • Windproof/ water resistant trouser and Rain jacket as well
  • Woolen hat to put on in the morning and in the night time.
  • Pair of Gloves- Wool or fleece
  • Scarf
  • Lighter- For burning up the toilet unit tissue and waste
  • Money belt
  • Bag liners – large, thick rubbish bags to line and water/dust protected your duffle bag
  • Towel
  • Underwear
  • Thermal Under-wear
  • Woolen t-shirt and thick sweater

Available departures

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